Category Archives: Book Reviews

Data Display Book Reviews

Back in January I wrote about how organisations are becoming increasingly metrics-driven and the impact that both qualitative and quantitative metrics can have on content. This can be perceived as a ‘dry’ topic but there are number of great books out on the topic of data measurement and display, two of which I have in… Read More »

5 Great Business Books

Here are some of my favourite business booked summarised in one sentence each. These are taken from a more extensive list of popular business books from Business Insider: Good to Great – Jim Collins Good companies become great by confronting the brutal realities of the business, finding out what they’re uniquely good at, creating a culture of… Read More »

Quiet – Book Review

‘Quiet’ by Susan Cain – so good I read it twice, once when it was first published in 2012 and then again recently. In the current climate we live with, what Susan defines as, the Extrovert Ideal; an appealing personality style defined as a gregarious, alpha person who is comfortable in the spotlight. Introversion can be perceived… Read More »